New York Times, Monday, November 4, 2002

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 93 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Tony winner Minnelli : LIZA
5. Not all : SOME
9. Leg bone : TIBIA
14. Author unknown, for short : ANON
15. List-shortening abbr. : ETAL
16. Upturned, as a box : ONEND
17. Direct : STRAIGHTFORWARD
20. "To ___ is human ..." : ERR
21. Seeks money damages from : SUES
22. Click and clack, e.g. : NOISES
23. Nature's alarm clock : ROOSTER
25. Attention-getter : PSST
26. Third degree? : PHD
27. Kind of rally or talk : PEP
28. Corned beef concoction : HASH
32. Alarm clock setting, perhaps : SIXAM
35. Boutonniere's place : LAPEL
37. Feed lines to : CUE
38. Town meeting site : COMMUNITYCENTER
41. Chowed down : ATE
42. What straphangers lack : SEATS
43. Indian corn : MAIZE
44. Deliver a tirade : RANT
46. Dryly humorous : WRY
47. Hi-fi component : AMP
48. Major airports : HUBS
50. "The Firm" author : GRISHAM
54. St. Francis's home : ASSISI
57. Haunted house sound : MOAN
58. Companion of the id : EGO
59. Surprises : CATCHESOFFGUARD
62. Conjure up : EVOKE
63. Neighborhood : AREA
64. Gratis : FREE
65. Underground conduit : SEWER
66. Lively : PERT
67. Praiseful poems : ODES
1. Modern surgical tool : LASER
2. Conclusion's opposite : INTRO
3. Famous slasher film? : ZORRO
4. Gasteyer of "Saturday Night Live" : ANA
5. Made a smooth transition : SEGUED
6. Survey choice : OTHER
7. "Welcome" sites : MATS
8. Keebler cookie maker : ELF
9. Corrida de ___ (bullfight) : TOROS
10. Close to personally : INWITH
11. Actresses Arthur and Benaderet : BEAS
12. Memo starter : INRE
13. Finds the sum : ADDS
18. Narrow strip of land : ISTHMUS
19. With no assurance of payment : ONSPEC
24. Unwanted e-mail : SPAM
25. Diarist Samuel : PEPYS
27. Hamburger unit : PATTY
29. Start of a play : ACTI
30. Mideast canal : SUEZ
31. Roll call response : HERE
32. Unwelcome mark : SCAR
33. Small amount : IOTA
34. Marvel superheroes : XMEN
35. They cook up whoppers : LIARS
36. Animal in a mass migration : LEMMING
39. Beginner, slangily : NEWBIE
40. Siestas : NAPS
45. Alan of "Growing Pains" : THICKE
47. Palestinian leader : ARAFAT
49. Wedding party member : USHER
50. Errand runner : GOFER
51. Got wind of : HEARD
52. Come to terms : AGREE
53. Math class figures : MODES
54. They're worth 1 or 11 points : ACES
55. Computer command : SAVE
56. Put away : STOW
57. Oliver's request : MORE
60. Gullible person : SAP
61. ET's craft : UFO

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